Talking about the leaked reports from Samsung Galaxy S11 in the last few days, this smartphone can be introduced in the Mobile World Congress to be held in February.
A few leaks were revealed about Samsung’s next flagship smartphone Galaxy S11 series in the past. Now, this smartphone series is likely to be launched in February next year.
Talking about leaks reports in the last few days, this smartphone can be introduced in the Mobile World Congress to be held in February. However, no official information has been received from the company yet.
It has also been reported that this smartphone can be launched with a 108 megapixel super zoom camera. Apart from this, a stable telephoto camera can also be given in it.
In this series, three smartphones Samsung Galaxy S11, Samsung Galaxy S11 + and Samsung Galaxy S11e can be launched. These three smartphones can be offered with OneU1 2.0.
Also, a Super AMOLED Curved Display can be used in it. Like the smartphones launched this year of the Samsung Galaxy S series, it can also be offered in the premium range. The 6.9-inch display can be given in the top model of Samsung Galaxy S11 + series.
While Samsung Galaxy S11 has a 6.7-inch display, the Samsung Galaxy S11e can offer a 6.4-inch display.
These three smartphones can be launched in 5G and LTE variants. In countries where 5G service has not been started, only its LTE variants will be launched.
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Samsung is about to launch another fold-able smartphone after Galaxy Fold (review) on 19 November this month. Samsung Galaxy W20 5G smartphone will be launched in China. Apart from this, the company can also launch another affordable 5G smartphone Samsung Galaxy A71 5G soon.
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